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Solution of problem set 1
Fall Quarter 2016
Problem 1 (1.2): Assume you are dealing with vertical walled reservoir having a surface
area of 500,000 2 and that an inflow of 1.03 / occurs. How many hours will it take
to raise the r
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Solution to Problem Set 2
Fall Quarter 2016
Problem 1
5.1 Using the precipitation input of Fig. 5.2, estimate the volume of depression storage for a 3-acre
paved drainage area. State the volume in cubic feet and cubic meters. Con
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Solution to Problem Set 3
Fall Quarter 2016
Problem 1
Explaining your calculations, find the daily evaporation on a well mixed lake based on the following
information
Pressure over lake
Water-surface temperature
Air temperature
R
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Solution to Problem set 6
1. Three wells located 4,000 m apart extract water from the same horizontal
aquifer. Well A is south of Well B, and Well C is east of the line AB. The surface
elevations of A, B, and C are 105, 120 and 1
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Solution to Problem Set 3
Fall Quarter 2015
Problem 1
Explaining your calculations, find the daily evaporation on a well mixed lake based on the following
information
960 mb
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76%
0.50 ly/min
0.42 ly/min
0.55 ly/min
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Solution to Problem Set 2
Fall Quarter 2015
Problem 1
5.1 Using the precipitation input of Fig. 5.2, estimate the volume of depression storage for a 3-acre
paved drainage area. State the volume in cubic feet and cubic meters. Con
Physical Hydrology
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Solution to Problem set 5
1.
characterized by the Horton infiltration equation with = 0.2 mm/hr, = 1.5 mm/hr,
and = 6 1 . If the instantaneous unit hydrograph for the area is approximated by
a linear reservoir () = , = 0.25 1, co
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Solution of problem set 1
Fall Quarter 2015
Problem 1 (1.2): Assume you are dealing with vertical walled reservoir having a surface
area of 500,000 2 and that an inflow of 1.03 / occurs. How many hours will it take
to raise the r
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Solution to Problem set 0
1. Compute the following integrals
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
2
2
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1
1
= = 2
0
1
41
0
4
= [ln ]1 = ln 4 ln 1 = ln 4
= [ ] + =
1
2. Find the following derivatives
i.
ii.
iii.
3
=
PS1 Exercises 1 to 4
1.3 The storage existing in a river reach at a given time is 13 acre-ft, and at the same time, the inflow to
the reach is 450 cfs and the outflow is 500 cfs. One hour later, the inflow is 500 cfs and the output is 530
cfs. Calculate t
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Dr. Carlos Puente
FALL 2011
Problem Set 1
Due: Wednesday, October 5
Remember when discoursing about water to adduce first experience and then reasonda Vinci
1.
Problem 1.3
2.
Problem 1.4
3.
Problem 1.5
4.
Problem 1.8
5.
A city is supplied by water
HYD_review
2:20
understand concept of Mono Lake, pattern of events; court case, long-standing water
rights being dissolved (unheard of); UCD students played major role, Public Trust
Doctrine (virtually unused before mono lake case)*; diversions dependent
Lock-step decision-making process
- Scientific uncertainties contribute to indecision, lack of consensus
- Institutional structures, policy-making methods, economic valuation not adequate
Darcys Law
Flow rate = K x A x i
K: hydraulic conductivity
A: cross